The stable CyanogenMod version of Android 4.4.2 KitKat is nearing completion with the release of CyanogenMod 11 M6. While this isn’t the final version yet it is an improvement over the last M5 version and is more stable than the nightly builds. The “M” builds are generally stable to be used daily but not good enough to become a Release Candidate.
If you are interested in getting this build then head out over to the CyanogenMod page and see if our device is compatible. Not every smartphone or tablet that has a nightly build will get the M6 build so it’s best to check on this first.
As of this writing the team over at CyanogenMod has not released information as to what has changed in M6. What’s definite is that it comes with several bug fixes since it is already in the later stages of development.
The file size of M6 depends on what particular Android device it will be running on. There are two methods to get this on your device. You can use the old school method by manually flashing it. You can also use the new CM Installer which automates everything for you. Once flashed on a device you will need to install Gapps if you want access to Google services and apps.